Bell Canada's multi-edge computing success story

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Bruno Dias, Product Owner, Multi-access Edge Computing Architecture Development, Bell Canada Enterprise Group

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Multi-access edge computing (MEC) infrastructure allows communications service providers (CSPs) to bring services delivery closer to the end user. However, designing and deploying an MEC cloud infrastructure also presents a challenge—hundreds of remotely located clusters spanning multiple, smaller datacenters still need to be managed from a central location. CSPs need to streamline their processes for efficient deployment and operations at edge locations. This session will cover how Bell Canada used Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management-based declarative GitOps architecture to deploy Bell Canada’s edge cloud environment using Red Hat OpenShift. The speakers will outline Bell Canada’s MEC use case, solution architecture, and the declarative approach for MEC deployments at scale. In this session, the speakers share: - A recap of Bell Canada’s MEC use case, requirements, and expected solution. - A solution overview of declarative GitOps-based, zero-touch provisioning for MEC. - Challenges, solutions, and workarounds. - How to take advantage of GitOps zero-touch provisioning for continued cloud platform deployments. - Next steps for Bell Canada. Speakers Bruno Dias Product Owner, Multi-access Edge Computing Architecture Development Bell Canada Enterprise Group Jerome Doucerain Cloud Architect Bell Canada Kasif Islam Principal Architect Red Hat
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